Category: Thought Leadership

Dr Ray Swann will be a co-panelist speaking on ‘Why target young men, do we need a gendered approach’ at the Australian Men’s Health Forum’s Working with Young Men Symposium. It’s an online event, with two other sessions on men’s health initiatives later in the day, so be sure to register and join in the […]

Dr Sophie Keele, Dr Ray Swann and Annette Davie-Smythe (FGS) have had their paper ‘Identifying best practice in career education and development in Australian secondary schools’ published in the ‘Australian Journal of Career Development’ (April 2020, Vol. 29, No. 1). Many parents and boys will already know of the hard work that Sophie does in […]

The holidays are a wonderful opportunity to reconnect, reflect and reset. I also can’t help but continue to learn, and on this break I began researching habits and how I can use them to become more effective in my teaching and learning. In his commencement address at the University of Texas in 2014, US Navy […]

Joanne Davies (Teaching and Learning Coordinator, Junior School) and Raelene Plozza (Literacy Coach, Prep–Year 8) will be presenting a workshop at the International Boys’ Schools Coalition (IBSC) conference in Baltimore next week. The IBSC, of which BGS is a member school, is a not-for-profit organisation ‘dedicated to enhancing the education, wellbeing and development of boys […]

Data flying across a computer screen

Cameron Taylor joined Brighton Grammar six years ago in a dual role teaching IT related subjects and as eLearning Coordinator in the secondary years. Cameron is an amazing asset as a ‘big thinker’, an innovator, a problem solver. His latest, and most significant contribution, is around the effective use of data to enhance the learning […]